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there is is a big mess in downtown oakland after protestors targeted institutions from banks to city hall. tara moriarty is live in downtown oakland covering the effort to repair vandalized buildings. >> reporter: some of the windows that protestors smashed have been boarded up but others have not. there is a gaping hole here in the front glass doors to city hall. there is a security guard here keeping watch. demonstrators threw paint balls and smashed windows not only at city hall but the oakland tribune office, the berkeley national lab office and three banks. the group of 200 people gathered at frank ogawa plaza last night at 6:00 and timed the rally to coincide with the 11th anniversary of the start of the u.s. war in afghanistan. around 7:15 the group headed north of west grand avenue and circled back to city hall that is when the violence broke out. two luxury cars were vandalized. protestors are taking their anger out on the wrong people. >> we work hard for our money. >> we are arch people and that is sending the wrong message. >> reporter: the march lasted only for 40 minutes and polic
to clean up this morning. tara moriarty is live at city hall in oakland. one of the many buildings protestors vandalized last night. >> reporter: yes some of the windows that protestors smashed have been bordered up at this time. but there is still a hole here in the front door of city hall that remains exactly as it was last night. demonstrators threw paint balls and smashed windows at city hall. the national berkeley lab office and three banks. the group of about 200 people gathered at frank ogawa plaza last night. they timed the rally to coincide with the 11th anniversary of the start of the war in afghanistan. around 7:15 the group headed north on west grand avenue. circled back to city hall and that is when the violence broke out. some luxury cars were also vandalized. >> just because we have a nice car, i don't know. we worked hard for our money. >> we live in oakland and to see our hometown come to shambles like this. >> reporter: the march only lasted 40 minutes and that did not give police enough time to call in mutual aid or make enough arrests. there is a security presen
. >> a violent night in oakland, what we learned about three separate shootings in the city, and who is now being questioned by the police. >> complete bay area news coverage, starts right now. this is ktvu. >> welcome to mornings on two. >> a loss of events going on in the bay area, let's get it started with meteorologist rosemary, who is live with a look at what kind of weather to expect. especially in the city. >> absolutely. good morning, little change, that means a sun and cloud combo this morning. mid-40s to mid-50s. for the afternoon, just a very slight cool-down for some neighborhoods, and in the extended forecast, a chance for some rain, i will show you what to expect in detail for your saturday, and i'll have the future cast model and the possibility of rain coming up. >>> another quite news, i 880 is back open after a chain reaction accident left a woman dead and eight hurt. it happened on southbound 880 in free month around 1:00 a.m. the chp says a 49-year-old woman lost control and hit the center divide, moments later, drunk driver slapped into her control. he wasn't her, but the wom
buildings suffered similar damage including city hall following an antiwar rally. about 200 demonstrators met at frank ogawa plaza for a march through downtown to mark the 11th anniversary of the start of the war in afghanistan. by 8:15 they dispersed. then there was vandalism on various buildings in the area. oakland residents are fed up with this type of behavior that costs the city money. >> it doesn't make any sense. the bank doesn't have anything to do with the war. oakland has enough budget problems that this creates more problems in oakland when oakland is not the place make the decisions. they need to gowashington or to go to washington or other areas. >> reporter: there is a lot of clean-up to do. elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> police in san francisco arresting 20 -- arresting 20 people over the weekend after vandalism on saturday afternoon. officers were hit by flares, bags of paint, some of those containing rocks. police believe some of those involved were at the mission a couple of weeks ago. >>> a small group of "occupy" san jose camped out in front of the city hall since sund
through the sky. they performed in very slow crowd pleasing altitudes. >>> anyone who drove into the city today likely spent a lot of time in traffic. ktvu's christien kafton joins us live from the city on just how people got around. >> reporter: you can see giant fans here making their way from at&t park. tonight's game mark it is end of a wild weekend making its way in and around town. >> the platform is very crowded, still downstairs. >> reporter: one look at the packed platforms and it was easy to see how b.a.r.t. broke its weekend ridership with 3,000 passengers. regular drivers said the trains were as crushed as any rush hour. >> coming in was a piece of cake. it was fine, nothing i can't handle. >> reporter: this is what those b.a.r.t. riders were hoping to avoid, back ups coming in and going outs of san francisco. >> it's crazy right now. i'm going to drive by the giant's game to see what's going on. >> reporter: on public transit. muni transits were packed. surprising even seasoned veterans. >> the busiest i've ever seen it. >> reporter: passengers say despite the tight conditi
calling 911. >>> if you thought things were crowded in the city get ready for a repeat performance as hundreds of thousands get ready for football, festivals, and fleet week. >>> good morning, and welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, october 7th i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm eric rasmussen in for mike mibach. let's check in with meteorologist rosemary orozco. >> good morning to you. it will be another enjoyable day. we are waking up with a little bit of fog. low clouds. giving way to high clouds for the afternoon. temperatures will be very similar this afternoon. this morning we are waking up in the 40s and 50s once again. a chilly spot in some spot -- chilly start in some spots. tuesday into wednesday we may see that chance for rain. i'll bring you'll the latest rain models and temperatures for today coming up. >>> we are on the scene of a breaking news out in hayward where more than 5,000 people are without power. it happened when a woman hit a power pole. allie rasmus joining us live from the scene where people are waking up to power lines on their cars and in their yards. >> r
york city area down into portions of new jersey and philadelphia. you will need the umbrella into connecticut and massachusetts and this patbaofaiti rein ionf new england. otherwise as w head westbound we have another strong cold front pushing through michigan and indiana and northwestern part of ohio producing areas of avyn oheigno ndtnttil g er once again. temperatures continue to plummet. they have been spinning off the coast of california will finally begin to move on shore. it will be increasinghe vand euaynte ugh cliiand four corners. 26 right now in rapid city. 36 over minneapolis. 50 in new york city. as we take a look at the high temperatures as we head into the gar i rapid city. >> maria molina, thanks. >>> it's time for stories you can bank on this mornin small businesses taking a wait and see approach whe it comes to hiring an spin nefroxin network. >> nice to see you. a survey showing optimism falling in the nation's sll busiss is in september. the spending cuts from the fiscal clip starting to get them nervous. they have scaled back oniri s hee sndgs y npm e t
on this vandalism spree tossing paint at city hall, breaking windows. they damaged about a half dozen other businesses including the "oakland tribune," three banks, a kaiser permanente office, and a.c. transit office, and the oakland scientific facility. there are no reports of arrests or injuries. but a very big mess to clean up in downtown oakland this morning. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> around 20 people were arrested for taking part in an unruly protest over the weekend in san francisco. me wearing black clothing allegedly blocked traffic -- people wearing black clothing allegedly blocked traffic and vandalized businesses in the afternoon. officers were hit by flares and paint and rocks. police believe some were involved in similar activity in the mission district earlier. >>> an "occupy" rally continues now in san jose. a small group has been camped out in front of san jose city hall since sunday afternoon. it's the first overnight protest since the "occupy" movement was evicted last year. members say they will stay there until noon today. >>> president barack obama comes back
to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from her city but she's not going jail. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, october 12, 2012. good morning. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. compared to last week's presidential debate last night's face off between vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan was like a shoot out at the ok corral. from the get go it was a pull no punches performance by both candidates. they squared off on everything from the economy to foreign affairs. randall pinkston is at the debate site in danville, kentucky. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. both candidates came here on a mission. congressman ryan to criticize the obama administration's failures and republican solutions while vice president biden was defending the presidential record and also complaining about the republican plan for the nation. >> i will be very specific -- >> reporter: vice president joe biden wasted no time challenging congressman paul ryan's take on foreign policy. >> with all due respect that's a bunch of malarky. not a single thing you said is accurate.
festival is in full swing in south korea's second largest city. organizers aim to lead the region's film industry and the event is to be getting more popular every year. nhk world's annajong reports. >> reporter: come and see a movie in bustling britan. i'm outside a venue for the busan film festival where dozens of screens are lighting up every day. the red carpet event that opened last week attracts more than 150,000 film fans to plunge into movies, or lounge on the beach. in the 17 years since it started, busan has grown into the major stop on the world film circuit. and this is the main events space. the busan cinema center. it's a $115 billion complex commissioned by korean government officials after they spotted busan's potential to be asia's film hub. 37 theaters, including this one, will screen 304 films from 75 different countries and regions. the unique thing about busan is its focus on asian films. the organize ers' ambition is to take those movies to the world. the festival opened with a bang on october 4th. a lot of korean movie stars and asian stars were seen on the red car
. >>> maria molina got up bright and early for us. >> it is a dreary morning across the new york city area down into portions of new jersey and philadelphia. you will need the umbrella into connecticut and massachusetts and this patbatch of rain contis before moving into portions of new england. otherwise as we head westbound we have another strong cold front pushing through michigan and indiana and northwestern part of ohio producing areas of heavy rain out there right now. behind that front it will get cooler once again. temperatures continue to plummet. they have been spinning off the coast of california will finally begin to move on shore. it will be increasing the rainfall through california and nevada and eventually into the four corners. 26 right now in rapid city. 36 over minneapolis. 50 in new york city. as we take a look at the high temperatures as we head into the afternoon hours 53 in minneapolis. big warm-up in rapid city. >> maria molina, thanks. >>> it's time for stories you can bank on this morning. small businesses taking a wait and see approach when it comes to hiring and
, this was thenel signal for u.s. personnel to s move to our evacuation points and cities. my father who had served in the top vietnamese army understood that it was time that we, too, prepared to leave our home his country. for months, he and his kin had planned possible escape routes and finally decided on one.safe. his cousin had access to a helicopter that can carry everyone's safety. fly he and my dad decided on the day of the escape, we would fly the rlicopter above our house whico would indicate my dad to roundl. up the family members and get everyone to the nearby high school so on that chaotic morning when many saigon these were scrambling on the streets,e as the imminent collapse of their government drew near, my dad and his cousin told this helicopter, which had suffered heavy shelling and bombing, thee were actually denied entry. my dad turned homed and my cousn attempted entry by himself and was eventually successful., he when my i got her the helicopter blades above his house, despite one the militia, he knew it was time native there was one snack. my mom did not want to leave her wa
. the accident forced thousands to flee the towns and cities around the nuclear plant. some foreign residents in the northeast ended up leaving japan but many have returned to the places they once called home. nhk world tracks one woman's journey. >> bear. brown bear. >> sarah jones is from texas. >> one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. >> reporter: she's teaching english at elementary and junior high schools. >> reporter: she was first drawn to japan by its natural beauty and culture. last year she was in the teachers' room at her high school when she felt the most intense earthquake she'd ever experienced. she left the school and went home. sarah speaks some japanese. but she couldn't make out the insistent announcements on the tv. she looked up a word and found it meant "evacuation." she's close to the fukushima daiichi nuclear plant, and residents were being ordered to flee. she took shelter at an elementary school more than 60 kilometers from town. >> i evacuated with people. i was the only foreigner here. and no one spoke english. so it's a little lonely, i think. >> reporter: in he
. the fukushima daiichi forced thousands to flee the towns and cities around the plant. some foreign residents ended up leaving japan, but many have returned to the places they once called home. nhk world tracks one woman's journey. >> bear, brown bear. >> brown bear. >> reporter: jones is from texas. ♪ >> reporter: she's teaching english in elementary and junior high schools. she was first drawn to japan by its natural beauty and culture. on march 11th last year, she was in the teachers' room at her high school when she found the most intense earthquake she'd ever experienced. she left the school and went home. sara speaks some japanese, but she couldn't make out the insistent announcement on the tv. she looked up the word and it meant evacuation. she's close to the fukushima daiichi nuclear plant, and the residents were being ordered to flee. she took shelter at the elementary school more than 60 kilometers from town. >> i evacuated with people. i was the only foreigner here, and no one spoke english, so it's a little lonely, i think. >> reporter: in her notebook, sarah recorded informatio
that the war is intensifying. it is the northern city of aleppo that has seen some of the fiercest fighting. we have seen the terrible suffering at one of the hospitals in the city where doctors struggle to treat wounded patients. his report contains graphic images. >> this is serious descent into hell. a ruthless air campaign. and the carnage in it wreaks. a war between the state and an armed rebellion where even those that treat the victims are targeted. this hospital has been shelled 12 times. there are few facilities left now to treat the living. and so the bodies pile up outside. waiting to be collected. inside, the surgeon treaty 2- year-old. the scalp was torn open when a rocket landed on his house. in the next bed, the doctors struggled to try to keep them alive. these are now the only two beds left for the surgeons can operate. and with the threat of attack, the entire hospital has moved. every few minutes, more casualties, men. a grim procession of patients from different parts of the city. victims of a remorseless campaign of air strikes and artillery. the shows just landed in a neig
. but could they turn that into an american league pennant? a boost this city could really use. >> i think it is good news for the city. >> for a team that the mayor described as underdogs. >> they get a bad rap. they are under funded. >> not so different from the city itself. >> people count us out and we surprise people. >> with the team scoreless into the late innings, another surprise is what a's fans were rooting for most. >> let's hope we slaughter them. >> it took one second. >> okay, and the ending score there, 6-0. there was a slaughter. it was the oakland athletics, but fans are excited here tonight, still optimistic. live in oakland, cbs 5. >> a swing and a miss and romo strikes out rowan. the san francisco -- the first two ever in division play of the national league. >> it was torture, but the giants made history today in the national league division series. giants are the first ever nl to win the division by being down by two games. they are the first team in major league history to do it on the road. the center piece of the 6-4 win over cincinnati, mr. buster posey
're amazing. an inspiration >> nearly a quarter billion dollars flows into the city's economy from this marathon weekend >> it is a city that is inviting... >> record-breaking... he won the race... a first for his country in chicago... >> it was really great to see the fans... hundreds of people volunteering... >> my friends ran strong... they beat their personal record >> cooler temps appreciated >> wind a little issue... >> cool run... >> the temperatures did help limit medical emergencies this year. however one runner suffered cardiac arrest near the end of the racier needed immediate care >>e and needed immediate care >> cpr was started... the individual was shot twicecked twice... >> nine other runners were taken to local hospitals for less severe medical problems. race officials say overall there were fewer medical problems at the than in years past. but they were prepared with more than 1300 medical volunteers on the course. the marathon director says it they will mail medals to about 1300 runners who finished the course seven hours after it started >> a trip to
marzullo is live at city hall. this started with a domestic violence incident. >> reporter: it did. that was almost a year ago. that was new year's. we are approaching 2013 this has been a long time coming now a decision could be made today, should be made today, this afternoon at 2:00. members of the san francisco board of supervisors have been going over findings of the ethics commission since september. the commission found sheriff mirkarimi guilty of official misconduct that was after he pleaded guilty to one count of false imprisonment, other charges were dropped after the fight with his wife. at the time, lopez let a neighbor videotape a bruise on her arm but has said she stands by her husband and his suspension is a political witch hadn't. mayor lee asked mirkarimi to resign in the -- resign he refused so the mayor did suspend him and that brings us to today. here's now today's hearing is going to work. the ethics commission will give an overview. the mayor and the sheriff will each have 20 minutes to make a presentation mayor gets a rebuttal. finally public comment which co
was threatened he ordered immediate attack on to a city in the killed about 20,000 people in one attack. the chilly, as you know, leveled the city in 1982. then had no more problems. bashar has been different, engaged in this sort, as you call it to mike a million. they kill about 20,000 people. but it's still 20,000 people dead faugh. mark did not kill 20,000 people in egypt. a few people were killed, but it was nothing like that. how did he make that final step over to the dark side? i will kill, i will kill until i am no longer challenge because he must know, as everyone in the keating must know, there is no going back. their minority in syria. if they lose power there will be slaughtered. had this to make that final step? >> well, one of the main point is that they see that as an existential conflict. this is something that there is no turning back on the side right now. for me the answer to that is to fold. it won, i take you really still believes from day one that he is saving the country, that he is protecting the country from chaos, even though his policies are, in fact, during
gathering around the city of benghazi in libya, they were worried if an american face was on that operation, if it was too much seen as america leading another war in the middle east, that they might not pass that resolution in the united nations security council. and so the idea was they needed to put some of the arab and other countries out in front and that the obama administration needed to lead from behind in passing that united nations resolution. so that was the context. i always thought, frankly, it was simply a matter of strategy, the phrase to me was always a little bit more machiavellian rather than announcing that they weren't going to take a leadership role in the world. of course, politically it's not something you would necessarily brand your foreign policy with. and republicans have really seized on it almost immediately and every republican has used it to slam obama ever since. but i hasten to add the specific context is very different than what most republicans describe. >> the article was an excellent article. i remember it well. you and i were on that same trip to north
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on your car windshield. it will stay very cool out here. rapid city and minneapolis. the reason for that is we have another strong front dipping from canada pulling in cooler air across the area. that cooler air will continue to push eastward as well. 59 over new york city and high 61 in rally. quick shot of showers across eastern portions of maryland otherwise a shot of the next front moving to the north central. heather, ainsley. >> maria thank you so much. >>> a warning to tell you about for the united states economy. lauren simonetti joins us to explain. this is coming from the international monetary fund. we are in trouble when the imf is warning us. >> they are warning the entire global economy but really stern when it comes to the united states. on health of the global economy we are warning of slowing growth here and saying the tax increases and spending cuts by the end of the year it is going to tip back from recession. it will cut more than 4 percent. that's because tax cuts over the bush year are set to expire. at the same time a new cut will kick in. >> that is a new
and 9/11. theyey could contaminate the water supply in major cities. >> pelley: david martin on the threat of cyber warfare. did the vice president get it the vibout the deadly attack in libya? >> we weren't told they wanted more security. >> pelley: reports from jan crawford and nancy cordes. fos angeles makes space for a rdes.craft as "endeavour" lands in its new home. bill whitaker is there. and steve hartman "on the road." whey were separated at birth. whitake're together till death do they part. >> reporter: so you think this th ats meant to be? >> absolutely. match made in heaven. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the united states is facing an attack threat equivalent to 9/11, an attack that would be carried out by computer. that was the stark warning from defense secretary leon panetta. he described a cyber pearl harbor in which attackers could take over computers that control the transportation system or a utility with deadly consequences. panetta's dire prediction comes after a massive computer att
. they are in new york city to face terrorism charges. four of them pled not get. but the egyptian born preacher did not enter a plea. he is accused of plotting to set up a terrorist training camp in oregon and killing hostages in 1998 including two americans. british prime minister cameron said he is delighted he was out. it was a huge deal in eppingland and even the queen weighed in. >> the u.s. is approaching a fiscal cliff and if congress doesn't act before the end of the year, thousands of workers in one particular job sector could lose their jobs. who could feel the fall out and how, that is prompting a show down in washington to look out for. and in the cross hairs, israeli military tracking a drone that flies in its air space before destroying it. the big question is who launched it? stay close . tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about that 401(k) you picked up back in the '80s. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like a lot of things, the market has changed, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and your plans probably have too. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at charles schwab, we'll give you personalized recommendations tdd#: 1-800-
's happening. syrian troops, they are pushing to retake the key cities of homs and aleppo. opposition activists say at least 76 people have died across syria so far today. this is the suburb of aleppo in northern syria. the person who posted this video on youtube says it shows regime war planes attacking buses there and killing civilians. cnn has no way to independently verify the video. >>> well, empowerment. as children it wasn't a feeling that stella paul or humming bird knew. they didn't know it well at all. they learned find power from within. they broke free from lives of abuse and repression, and now through their work with world pulse and the power of social media they are teaching other women how to do the same. cnn is proud to support world pulse whose mission is to connect women globally, put the focus on human rights issues and help women find their own inner strength. >> i'm empowering young people in nepal to become agents of social change. >> every woman has a story to tell. i help women tell their own stories. >> well, we are proud to be joined by these women. they were chosen f
in one city, one state, why wouldn't it work nationally? >>guest: because the california gasoline market is totally unique from the rest of the united states. in fact, i am not sure that the action will make much of a difference because october 31 was the date when the refiners were going to be switching to the winter blend and most of them already were producing that winter blend in anticipation of that october 31st day. i don't really see the governor's action doing much. >> is the winter blend cheaper? >>guest: it is. there are unique requirements in order to keep the pollution level down. the summer blend is needed to achieve better air quality. >> why not go with the cheaper blend now? >>guest: that is what california is doing. >> why not nationally? why not just do it? i got a good one, why not lift the blending requirement completely? >>guest: because if you did lit that blinding requirement you would only achieve a 3 cent a gallon savings. you have --. >> not according to jerry brown, he said it --. >>guest: i already said that, nationally, eric, suspending the air quality standa
the consequence of having a low flow toilet and every little bit counts you have sue knowledge back ups in cities like san francisco. it smells like rotten eggings. >> brian: what about wind farms. it can affect the bird population. >> yes, windmills kill 300,000 birds annually. in new york city 90,000 birds run in windows and die. if you look at the country 500 million die. our cats kill 500 million birds. when they are opposed to wind power. we are talking point000 percent of all fatalities. >> brian: guys you can fly and cats can't. and climate change and droelectric power causes climate change, is that the truth? >> no, it is a great source of energy and yes, upsuts the fish and disrupts rivers. but it helps to reduce greenhouse gases. in seattle 90 percent of our electricity is from hydroenergy power. they don't know what they are talking about. >> brian: thank you for the book and sharing your information. >> thank you. >> brian: straight ahead. members of the military may not have their voices heard in this election. and the president can't seem to stop talking about saving big bird. but h
very cool out across big chunk of the country. 50 over in denver. 59 in rapid city and even cool ouof cleveland, temperatures in the 40s. 53 in new york city. that is for a strong cold front pushing eastward bringing cooler weather in parts of canada through portions of midwest, great lakes and across the northeast. so very cool air down from canada. in parts of the northeast we are dealing with effects from the cold front, showers in pennsylvania and across some of the great lakes. we have a heavier batch of showers move across the new york city area and parts of massachusetts and connecticut. so we had to deal with heavy downpours. there is a bit of a lull but there are areas of drizzle in northern parts of new jersey and upstate new york. at we head to the southeast, it's not producing a lot of rain. light drizzle across parts of the western carolinas. big impact is the cooler air mass that is settling on in. tonight, very cold out across parts of the plains. not as bad in parts of iowa and missouri. last night we were talking about temperatures below 30 degrees, now a little bette
will be your low in pierre and 26° in omaha and 26 in garden city, very cold out here and you will need to pump up the heat and grab the jack and sweater and a lot of the cold air will be lingering for several days, to come, you will notice the cold air will not be leaving quickly, otherwise a quick shot of the cold front, large system, stretching across portions of new england producing showers, already and stretching into parts of the southeast across tennessee and a look at the snowfall, still falling out across western parts of nebraska and kansas, light stuff and down in through portions, again of -- parts of eastern colorado out here and we are seeing the snowfall coming down and slippery roadways, a big issue, for the rest of today and early tomorrow morning and current temperatures, 40s across the midwest and not bad across the northeast, and 62 in new york city and 50 in cleveland and look at tomorrow's high temperature, in new york city, only 54 degrees, really you will notice a difference and, the cold air making it as far south as raleigh, north carolina, 58 degrees, for your high t
a family together while you're serving on a city council. i totally agree with you that we all need to play a part of serving our country. it starts i think with people like yourself speaking out more. i think we need, again, i'm speaking personally here, i think when you get more and more people be conscious of the fact that, you know, kennedy was right. ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. sometimes democrats are right. [laughter] >> maybe we should end it there. [laughter] >> i said sometimes. so i would say that your point is a very important one, and i certainly personally would hope that anybody was watching this pays attention to your concerns. because being a military wife is now less easy than serving in the military. i know. i've been working with the military for more than 35 years. i have friends who lost their husbands, had to bring up kids on their own. i had other friends, many navy and marine corps friends that spent months on in paying the bills, dealing with the kids, doing the carpool, taking care of the house, working the job, m
way to prevent violent crime in the cities is bring opportunity. >> that is all they are releasing. too many people are making about the fact that paul ryan was about to stop to the interview. we have verb batum of what happened next. >> gretchen: the reporter and they were talking about gun violence in the inner city and paul ryan said bringing opportunity. >>> and you can do that with cutting taxes with a big tax cut. >> paul ryan said those are your word and not mine thampts kind of strange are you trying to stuff words in people's mouths. this was a local affiliate out of flint, michigan. an important state. >> brian: especially the polls are closing to within three. and it is interesting that paul ryan is out giving interviews and vice-president biden is in a six day -- c>> steve: no kidding. good for paul ryan stick to the press. the guy had something in mind. and it is the thing that newt gingrich did and was effective. maybe joe biden should be looking for that paul ryan. >> gretchen: the mitt romney declaring war on the president obama. >> how does romney's plan stack up.
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the cities of morocco, the foreign minister travel to washington for our first-ever strategic dialogue. he could have avoided the cameras but instead he strongly condemned the attack and benghazi and embraced a broader partnership with the united states, and pledged that the country would continue working toward democracy and the rule of law. algeria also has much to gain by embracing the changes that are taking place around it, and we have seen some progress. the government held parliamentary elections in may invited international observers to monitor them for the first time and it moved quickly last month. a protected diplomatic commissions including u.s. embassy in to defuse tensions in the streets but still algeria has a lot of work to do to uphold universal rights and create a civil society. a message i delivered at the highest level in person in february. what do these snapshots and stories from across the region tell us? on the one hand, last month's violence revealed strains of extremism that threaten those nations as well as the broader region and even the united states. on the ot
down into texas. rainfall amounts, anywhere from 2 to 4 inches of rain, from oklahoma city all the way up to milwaukee. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >>> good morning to you. you made it to friday. 7:18 now. you can see overcast conditions in san jose. we have some showers coming down on 101 from gilroy to morgan hill, so let's take it right to the radar this morning. we'll continue to see this very isolated pattern as we head throughout the first part of the day. by this afternoon, temperatures will warm up into the 70s. 71 degrees in livermore, 71 in fairfield and just 63, jacket weather has returned to the city by the bay. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> all right, al. thank you. >>> barbara streisand is one of the world's most successful performers entertaining all around the globe and never in her hometown of brooklyn, until now. nbc's mara schiavocampo is live with more. mara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. last night this place was packed with excited fans clamoring for a chance to see stre
two dozen states this morning. amarillo even, 37 degrees, wichita is 36. kansas city, right above the freezing mark. now, what happens is we look for today's highs, and that's where you'll really feel the difference from yesterday, places like dallas, almost 30 degrees below average, they're at 55. they should be or average is 81. atlanta, not even 70 today. so the cold has really settled in, and it's going to stick around for tomorrow morning, so as everyone goes back to work and school, look at the numbers, omaha, just above freezing there. jackson, mississippi, only in the mid-40s. wait till you see the full forecast going into the week. i'll have this all coming up and a full look at the nation's weather too in just a couple of minutes. back to dan. >> thank you, ginger. >>> t-minus 30 days until the election and this morning an eye-popping number. president obama announced he has raised nearly a billion dollars in campaign cash. meanwhile, mitt romney riding his post-debate momentum into a must-win state for him, florida, it's "your voice, your vote," and abc's david kerley i
's second largest city of cleveland. the study found that african-americans used early in person voting at 26 times the rate of white voters in 2008. the study used census tracks where the voting population is over 80% african-american. every one of those red dots on the map represent 50 early voters. ohio republicans were trying to end early voting 72 hours prior to election day except for members of the armed forces. luckily for all ohio voters, their efforts have failed. on friday a federal appeals court judge upheld a lower courts decision striking down the law. the three-judge panel ruled the 72-hour voting period should be open to all voters in the state, including members of the military. this is good news. some questions still remain. it's being report the the final decision could be up to individual ohio counties meaning 72-hour window we're talking about could still end in certain places in the state. ohio republicans can still file another appeal sending it to the supreme court. as of now, there's no word of that appeal. it is big. president obama needs ohio to win the electi
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